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Serbia

Serbia

Serbia adopted a Police Law in 2016, which generally respects international law and standards on police use of force and firearms.

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Paraguay

Paraguay

Paraguayan regulations on police use of force and firearms generally accord with international standards.

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Nicaragua

Nicaragua

Nicaragua does not regulate and restrict the use of firearms by law enforcement officials as international law requires. Police use...

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Moldova

Moldova

Moldova does not regulate and restrict the use of firearms by law enforcement officials as international law requires. Police use...

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Mozambique

Mozambique

Mozambique does not regulate and restrict the use of firearms by law enforcement officials as international law requires. Police use...

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Montenegro

Montenegro

Legislation in Montenegro on police use of force and firearms generally accords with international standards.

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Mongolia

Mongolia

Mongolia is reported to regulate the use of firearms by law enforcement officials as international law requires.

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Mauritania

Mauritania

Mauritania does not regulate and restrict the use of firearms by law enforcement officials as international law requires. Police use...

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Libya

Libya

Libya does not regulate and restrict the use of firearms by law enforcement officials as international law requires. Police use...

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Lebanon

Lebanon

Lebanon does not regulate and restrict the use of firearms by law enforcement officials as international law requires. Police use...

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Kuwait

Kuwait

Kuwait does not appear to regulate and restrict the use of force by law enforcement officials as international law requires....

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Kyrgyzstan

Kyrgyzstan

Kyrgyzstan should adopt national legislation governing police use of force and firearms in accordance with international law.

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